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Old 24-05-2024, 10:32 AM
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So to summarize?

A1 - 4.1 (EY, PWC, DTT) / 4.3 (KPMG), +200 depending on grades?
A2 - 4.3 (EY, DTT) / 4.4 (PWC) / 4.5 (KPMG) ?
S1 - Jul 2024 to find out new pay revision? Pray they don't gut the bonuses to increase the basic? Currently is 4.8k?

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So to summarize?

A1 - 4.1 (EY, PWC, DTT) / 4.3 (KPMG), +200 depending on grades?
A2 - 4.3 (EY, DTT) / 4.4 (PWC) / 4.5 (KPMG) ?
S1 - Jul 2024 to find out new pay revision? Pray they don't gut the bonuses to increase the basic? Currently is 4.8k?
S1 4.8k is reliable. S2 5.3k

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Old 24-05-2024, 11:11 AM
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S1 4.8k is reliable. S2 5.3k
dont need july la, they will have 1 on 1 to tell you bonus and pay increment in june



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So to summarize?

A1 - 4.1 (EY, PWC, DTT) / 4.3 (KPMG), +200 depending on grades?
A2 - 4.3 (EY, DTT) / 4.4 (PWC) / 4.5 (KPMG) ?
S1 - Jul 2024 to find out new pay revision? Pray they don't gut the bonuses to increase the basic? Currently is 4.8k?
Does not seem reliable. Then KP A1 first class become 4.5? A2 still 4.5?
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Old 24-05-2024, 11:23 AM
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My error,

From wiki.

Pro-Tem Singapore Accountancy Council was formed in September 2010.[11] Bobby Chin was the first chairman of the PSAC. Under his leadership, the PSAC laid the groundwork which led to the development of the Singapore Qualification Programme (QP) and the Singapore CFO Institute.[10] In October 2011, Michael Lim, chairman, Land Transport Authority, took over as chairman from Mr Bobby Chin.
Now the SQP/SCAQ exam has more exemptions and pathway

LOL
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Auditing jobs typically revolve around strict deadlines, in contrast to legal professions where cases can extend over several years.

Given these distinctions, I question the rationale behind requiring graduates to pass the SCAQ exam.

Does this exam truly prepare us to expedite our work or manage rush deadlines more effectively?

Will becoming a Chartered Accountant help us type faster or vouch to invoices more quickly? Let's be realistic! Our job nature demands a great deal of practical execution and hands-on.

For instance, I know someone who only has an ACCA qualification. He types quickly, good in Excel spreadsheet, vouching to invoices efficiently, and he can copy and paste at an impressive speed.

Despite his practical skills and fast speed, he doesn't hold an ISCA CA designation. This example highlights the disconnect between practical abilities and formal qualifications.
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Auditing jobs typically revolve around strict deadlines, in contrast to legal professions where cases can extend over several years.

Given these distinctions, I question the rationale behind requiring graduates to pass the SCAQ exam.

Does this exam truly prepare us to expedite our work or manage rush deadlines more effectively?

Will becoming a Chartered Accountant help us type faster or vouch to invoices more quickly? Let's be realistic! Our job nature demands a great deal of practical execution and hands-on.

For instance, I know someone who only has an ACCA qualification. He types quickly, good in Excel spreadsheet, vouching to invoices efficiently, and he can copy and paste at an impressive speed.

Despite his practical skills and fast speed, he doesn't hold an ISCA CA designation. This example highlights the disconnect between practical abilities and formal qualifications.
Sigh.. now i know why need scaq.. because of ppl like u..
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Yes they did... Its already mentioned a few pages before. Its 4.1k for pwc, not sure where 4.3 come from. Only kpmg so far 4.3k
I have not seen any such email.
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Auditing jobs typically revolve around strict deadlines, in contrast to legal professions where cases can extend over several years.

Given these distinctions, I question the rationale behind requiring graduates to pass the SCAQ exam.

Does this exam truly prepare us to expedite our work or manage rush deadlines more effectively?

Will becoming a Chartered Accountant help us type faster or vouch to invoices more quickly? Let's be realistic! Our job nature demands a great deal of practical execution and hands-on.

For instance, I know someone who only has an ACCA qualification. He types quickly, good in Excel spreadsheet, vouching to invoices efficiently, and he can copy and paste at an impressive speed.

Despite his practical skills and fast speed, he doesn't hold an ISCA CA designation. This example highlights the disconnect between practical abilities and formal qualifications.
are you stupid? cfm a msian acca dog
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My error,

From wiki.

Pro-Tem Singapore Accountancy Council was formed in September 2010.[11] Bobby Chin was the first chairman of the PSAC. Under his leadership, the PSAC laid the groundwork which led to the development of the Singapore Qualification Programme (QP) and the Singapore CFO Institute.[10] In October 2011, Michael Lim, chairman, Land Transport Authority, took over as chairman from Mr Bobby Chin.
Need to refer to wiki means you are likely quite young and not around the accounting scene back in 2009.

Please look up “Committee to Develop the Accountancy Sector”

The CDAS was formed by the Ministry of Finance in December 2008 to undertake a holistic review of the Singapore accountancy sector and profession, with the aim to position Singapore as a leading international centre for accountancy services and professionals. The CDAS, which is chaired by Mr. Bobby Chin, Chairman of the Singapore Totalisator Board and formerly managing partner of KPMG LLP Singapore, comprises leading members of the accounting profession, the business community, academia and the public sector.

You can find the full report on ACRA website and also all members.

Their first recommendation resulted in what you know call SCAQ.
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